Foreign Agent by Brad Thor

Foreign Agent by Brad Thor: Foreign Agent by Brad Thor is all about the crime and the role of the law enforcement agencies to control the crimes in the city.The nature of the crimes is different in different events and and the behavior of the criminals is not such as can be anticipated.These people are very skilled and well planner. They are nor caught and traced easily.Someone has to be very diligent and vigilant to cope with the criminals’ activities.Foreign Agent by Brad Thor is about the disappearing of the agent.

it is not easy job but the most difficult and uphill task.The novel deals with the crimes and the criminals that are there to disrupt the peace and calm of the society.The suspense and thrill is kept till the last line of the novel and the readers would never lose their interest and concentration until the last line is reached and the climax is resolved.Foreign Agent by Brad Thor is beautiful presentation.

Foreign Agent by Brad Thor

Brad Thor demonstrates once again that he is the maestro of one-night reads and the undisputed King of faction in Foreign Agent, a compelling blend of fact and fantasy. His novels should just have a label on them that says “no bookmark required,” because they’re so hard to put down. For a guy with more than eleven million books in print around the world, and who is an annual staple on The New York Times bestsellers list, Thor is still growing and improving as an author. So, how does Foreign Agent come close to matching that?

Simply put, Harvath is back to doing what made him famous as one of the thriller genre’s most adored leading men–hunting down terrorists and wreaking havoc in the name of his country. If you’re wondering whether the events in Code of Conduct will have an impact on Harvath’s life in the future, the answer is yes. Without giving anything away about the ending of last year’s book, it’s addressed early and often, and there’s a lot of ramifications from what happened. In fact, it has a direct impact on Harvath. Lara, Harvath’s girlfriend, is also returning.

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Foreign Agent by Brad Thor

Their connection was originally mentioned in Hidden Order, and it was then mentioned again in Act of War, albeit Lara wasn’t actually in the plot.In Code of Conduct, she reappeared, and their relationship grew to the point where Scot admitted he loved her.For the pair, things are now going in the wrong direction.Following the events in Code of Conduct, Lara has been offered a job in her hometown of Boston.Of all, Harvath is based in Washington, D.C., and long-distance romances don’t survive forever.The two recognize that a decision must be made at some point, but Harvath has more immediate concerns at the moment, such as the death of thirteen.

Foreign Agent by Brad Thor

Harvath goes in search of his informant, only to discover that he is disappeared. Harvath connects the individual to some significant actors inside Russia while researching his disappearance.Later, when following up on a lead, he runs into a familiar face, and even teams up with someone from Thor’s third novel, State of the Union. Harvath continues his ascent up the social ladder as he hunts out a Russian operative named Sacha Baseyev. Baseyev has an abnormal amount of rage as a result of a horrific occurrence from his youth, and he will go to any length to fulfill his purpose.

Harvath’s concern is that he has no idea what Baseyev’s ultimate goal is. The longer Scot takes to figure out who he is and stop him, the more innocent people will perish. ISIS even manages to assassinate a high-profile American, which is a significant achievement for the terrorist organization. Scot Harvath finds himself in an impossible situation, with Russia and ISIS involved in the killing of Americans and a planned attack still in the works.

The evil folks, on the other hand, never seem to understand this.In fact, fans of Brad Thor’s State of the Union will be pleasantly pleased by how much of that novel he included into Foreign Agent. I genuinely felt chills when Harvath saw a barb-wired-wrapped stein (longtime fans of the series will remember it). State of the Union is, in my opinion, one of the best political thrillers ever written, therefore rereading it is a must. There’s still a lot of blood to be split, but now it’s Harvath’s turn to wield the sword of justice–and he’ll go to any length to right the wrongs.

Harvath is driven by vengeance and shame to avenge the slain Americans and prevent an attack on the US at all costs. Foreign Agent is a nonstop, action-packed political thriller that delivers everything fans have come to expect from one of today’s best authors.Brad Thor infuses the thriller genre with “thrill.”

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This summer, if you only buy one book, make it Thor’s Foreign Agent. Foreign Agent is the fifteenth novel in the Scot Harvath series. While there is a chronological order to the series, each story has been written to stand on its own, allowing readers to jump in at any point. Even if you’ve never read any of Brad Thor’s previous books, you won’t miss a beat if you choose to make this your first Scot Harvath experience!

About the Writer:

BRAD THOR is the author of twenty-one New York Times bestselling thrillers, including BLACK ICE (on sale now), NEAR DARK (one of Suspense Magazine’s Best Books of the Year), BACKLASH (nominated for the Barry Award for Best Thriller of the Year), SPYMASTER (“One of the all-time best thriller novels” —The Washington Times), THE LAST PATRIOT (nominated Best Thriller of the Year by the International Thr.

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Product details

Listening Length10 hours and 59 minutes
AuthorBrad Thor
NarratorArmand Schulz
Whispersync for VoiceReady Release DateJune 14, 2016
PublisherSimon & Schuster Audio
Program TypeAudiobook
Best Sellers Rank#9,263 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals)
#109 in Political Thrillers (Audible Books & Originals)
#113 in Military Thrillers (Audible Books & Originals)
#186 in War & Military Fiction

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